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June 26, 2006



The white one looks like rosa multiflora - we have that in our backyard and I recently figured out what it was (I had blog post on it...somewhere...). It's a noxious weed or something like that, lol! One of my commenters explained that was because it's extremely hard to get rid of and tends to take over an area. :) I always get a wonderful education from my readers when I post nature pictures!


Yep, that's what it is. An exotic invasive. better to get rid of it if you still can.
The peonies are drop-dead gorgeous!!!!!


Gorgeous peonies. I'm especially partial to the indigo. I have one and the plant foilage is wonderful, and nothing dresses up a bouquet more than indigo.

As you can tell, I'm catching up on your garden blog. Finally, I rec'd my new-used camera and will be posting new garden shots soon. I took them this morning with my coffee! :)

Enjoy your spot of heaven,


Beautiful photos Dawn! I have not ever tried to plant indigo. It is beautiful!

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